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Parent Information

Below you will find some useful information on what you can expect your children to experience during their year at school and also lists of recommended reading books for each year group.

We encourage parents / carers to read for at least 10 minutes a day with their child. Reading to young children is an important way to help them build language skills. It exposes them to new words and ways of using language. It also helps them learn general information about the world, which makes it easier for them to learn about new subjects once they get to school.

Parent Information Books

List of recommended books for children:

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The Family Information Service (FIS) website contains a wide range of information about activities and family support services. The website has search facilities covering postcode, types of childcare and more and can be found at:

ICIS is a confidential and impartial sign-posting service for all people in West Sussex. ICIS makes it easy for you to find help and support, and their friendly and professional Enquiry Team can guide you towards services, groups or suppliers that might be able to help you. They can be contacted as follows:

Freephone 0800 859929 email:

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